$1,000 Prize for video looking at intergenerational relationships
(Toronto, June 1, 2018) – Heart to Home Meals is pleased to announce Cassidy McAuliffe, from Sudbury, as the first-ever winner of the “Show a Little Heart” video competition.
Her video “Call of the Lake” captures the special bond various generations of her family have towards Lake Panache, and why this part on Ontario binds them together. She also touches on the responsibility younger generations have to protecting the environment.
Cassidy is presently working on a Master’s degree in Science Communication at Laurentian University.
“We were very impressed by the care and the passion the students exhibited in their videos in trying to capture the essence of an intergenerational relationship,” said Peter Todd the Director of Marketing and Development at Heart to Home Meals.
- Cassidy McAuliffe (Sudbury) “Call of the Lake” $1,000
- Catherine Kelly (Ottawa) “The Little Joys” $ 500
- David Garzon (Toronto) “Helena & Laura” $ 300
To see the winning videos, click here.
The Judges were:
Senaa Ahmad – Documentary Association of Canada Institute
Craig Thompson – Executive Director, Ontario’s Patient Ombudsman
Sue Hesjedahl – Executive Director, Older Adults Centres’ Association of Ontario
Radheyan Simonpillai – Film critic, NOW Magazine & CTV’s Your Morning
About Heart to Home Meals:
Heart to Home Meals customers can choose from a range of more than 200 different items using a full-colour menu catalogue or eCommerce website. There are no contracts or commitments and delivery is free in most cases. The delivery service provides an additional point of contact for seniors who want to live independently. Experts in home and seniors care have noted the importance of having a regular check-in and visual inspection, especially for those with mobility issues. Heart to Home Meals is based on the highly-successful concept out of the UK called Wiltshire Farm Foods that has been in business for more than 25 years.